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Database Theory - ICDT '95

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    Chapter 1 Data on air — What's in it for the database theorist
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    Chapter 2 Spatial databases, The final frontier
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    Chapter 3 Tutorial on parallel database systems
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    Chapter 4 Languages for polynomial-time queries — An ongoing quest
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    Chapter 5 Distributed query optimization in loosely coupled multidatabase systems
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    Chapter 6 On the complexity of generating optimal left-deep processing trees with cross products
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    Chapter 7 Querying disjunctive databases through nonmonotonic logics
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    Chapter 8 DATALOG queries with stratified negation and choice: from P to D P
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    Chapter 9 On the Kolmogorov expressive power of boolean query languages
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    Chapter 10 On two forms of structural recursion
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    Chapter 11 Δ-Languages for sets and sub-PTIME graph transformers
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    Chapter 12 Partial strictness in two-phase locking
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    Chapter 13 Unified transaction model for semantically rich operations
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    Chapter 14 The Dynamic Two Phase Commitment (D2PC) protocol
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    Chapter 15 Domain-independent queries on databases with external functions
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    Chapter 16 An algebra for pomsets
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    Chapter 17 On the power of stratified logic programs with value invention for expressing database transformations
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    Chapter 18 A stable model semantics for behavioral inheritance in deductive object oriented languages
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    Chapter 19 A rewriting technique for the analysis and the optimization of active databases
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    Chapter 20 Sorted HiLog: Sorts in higher-order logic data languages
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    Chapter 21 The average length of keys and functional dependencies in (random) databases
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    Chapter 22 Uniformly-distributed random generation of join orders
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    Chapter 23 A probabilistic view of Datalog parallelization
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    Chapter 24 A first step towards implementing dynamic algebraic dependencies
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    Chapter 25 Constraint-generating dependencies
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    Chapter 26 Optimization using tuple subsumption
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    Chapter 27 Dterministic and non-deterministic stable model semantics for unbound DATALOG queries
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    Chapter 28 Revision programming, database updates and integrity constraints
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    Chapter 29 Some positive results for boundedness of multiple recursive rules
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    Chapter 30 Increment boundedness and nonrecursive incremental evaluation of datalog queries
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    Chapter 31 Approximation in databases
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    Chapter 32 Datalog queries of set constraint databases
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    Chapter 33 Space usage in functional query languages
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Title
Database Theory - ICDT '95
Published by
Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, January 1995
DOI 10.1007/3-540-58907-4
ISBNs
978-3-54-058907-5, 978-3-54-049136-1
Editors

Georg Gottlob, Moshe Y. Vardi

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Brazil 1 50%
Unknown 1 50%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 1 50%
Unknown 1 50%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 1 50%
Unknown 1 50%